Folder Settings

From: MrNu (
Date: 08/18/04

Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 08:08:59 -0700

I hope this is right area to post this question.

I accidentally changed the sharing/security settings for
a folder on my work computer. The main folder is shared,
so others can read documents within the main folder( and
subfolders - subfolders are by project names). Within
this main folder I have a personal folder. I did not
want that to be shared, which is why I made the
sharing/security setting changes. Now I can't access
that folder and the "domain admins" can't access that
folder either.

Any suggestions?

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